Frequently Asked Questions


What is a substance free area?

The possession or use of alcohol, controlled substances and tobacco products by residents or their guests is prohibited in student rooms and public spaces in Substance Free Areas. If residents or their guests choose to use such substances outside of the Substance Free Area, the results of that choice must not have a negative impact upon residents or property upon return to the Substance Free Area. Residents are responsible for the behavior of their guests. Substance Free Areas are: Fourth Burton, Second Cassat Fourth Davis, Second Goodhue, Second Musser, Second Myers, Third Nourse, Rice House First Watson and Second Watson.

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